Catedral Del Tango

Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2013

The Cathedral in Buenos Aires is a unique milonga (tango ballroom) where tango aficionados and novices gather to take classes, practice dancing, and eat and drink together every night. The unique space mixes the sacred aura of a cathedral and the cheerful bohemian clutter of a circus tent. The vibrant atmosphere features 12-meter-high wooden ceilings decorated with large sculptures and hanging lights. In former incarnations the 1880 building was a grain silo, dairy factory, and a refrigeration warehouse, before finally being converted into a cultural event space.

Framed with tulipwood, distance framing, and a UV 99 museum glass.

Available size

  • 126 x 250 cm / 49.6 x 98.4 inches - Edition size: 12

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